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Subject: Headlines for July 19, 2004
Headlines for July 19, 2004
- Report: Allawi Personally Executed Prisoners in Iraq
- Ex-CIA Head Woolsey Helped INC Pass Info to U.S.
- NAACP Calls for New Mumia Abu Jamal Trial
- Bush Cuts $34M from UN Population Fund
- Congress Bars Rep. From Saying 2000 Was Stolen
- Boston Prepares Massive Video Surveillance for DNC
- President Bush & Enron’s Ken Lay Share Attorney
- U.S. Declares Irish Political Party To Be Terrorists
Another Campaign of Misinformation? Leaked 9/11 Report Cites New Evidence That Iran Cooperated with al-Qaeda Before Attacks
Leaked accounts of the final 9/11 Commission report due out this Thursday says the Commission has uncovered evidence suggesting that between eight and ten of the 9/11 hijackers passed through Iran in the year prior to the attacks. We speak with Middle East and Iran Expert at Baruch College Ervand Abrahamian.
We speak with former Congressmember Cynthia McKinney is seeking to win back her congressional seat in Georgia. She lost her re-election bid two years ago after coming under fierce attack for her support for Palestinian rights, and her early call for a 9/11 investigation of the Bush Administration.
Broadcast Exclusive: Georgetown Professor Accuses Bill O'Reilly of Lying About 9/11 Commission's Findings
Georgetown Law School professor David Cole describes how Bill O'Reilly deliberately cut out a recorded statement from the head of the 9/11 Commission to mislead his audience about links between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda.
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